Tingzhen Chen <Tingzhen.Chen@jcu.edu.au> is a Senior Lecturer in tourism in James Cook University. She studied in Xi´an International Studies University in China and then completed a joint double degree with Honours in Tourism Management from James Cook University, Australia. She completed her doctorate at the same university. Her main research interests include tourism seasonality in Asia Pacific (particularly implications of institutional seasonality), tourist experience (focusing on Chinese outbound tourists), and cross-discipline research (e.g., marketing/economics implications of tourists’ organic food consumption). She has published several journal articles and conference papers in the above topics across tourism, economics, and marketing areas.

  • BX2091: Tourism and Leisure Management (Level 2; TSV)
  • BX2093: Sports Management (Level 2; TSV)
  • BX3194: Destination Management and Planning (Level 3; TSV)
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  • The Role of Social Media in Tourism Recovery Post COVID-19: A Case Study of Chinese Outbound Tourism to Australia (PhD , Primary Advisor)
  • No signal here: self-development and optimal experience from digital-free tourism (2019, PhD , Secondary Advisor)
  • Behind Tourist Scams: Understanding Practice and Decision Making (2022, PhD , Secondary Advisor)
  • Host-Tourist Interaction in Ethnic Tourism: Challenges and Strategies for Improved Outcomes in the Central Highlands, Vietnam (2024, PhD , Secondary Advisor)
  • Responsible coffee tourism: Experiences, business models, and future scenarios (2024, PhD , Primary Advisor)

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